Panel: Prof. Alison Young and Anthony Barnett in discussion with Helena Kennedy Rights After Brexit
Alison Young is Professor of Public Law at Oxford and a Fellow of Hertford College. She is the author of Parliamentary Sovereignty and the Human Rights Act (2009) and Citizen Engaged?: Democratic Dialogue and the Consitution (forthcoming, 2016).
Anthony Barnett is a former Director of Charter 88 and was co-founder of openDemoracy and Editor and Editor-in-Chief until 2007. He appears in the New Statesman and the Guardian, and is currently writing What Next?: Britain after Brexit (forthcoming, 2017).
Baroness Helena Kennedy, QC is Principal of Mansfield College, a prominent barrister, and a Labour member of the House of Lords. She is author of Eve was Framed: Women and British Justice (1992).
A full programme for the Mansfied Lecture Series can be viewed here.